George has always made it a priority to save time. A few seconds here, a minute or two there.
They add up to hours, days and weeks in next to no time.
He locks them away in a large safe at the back of the cupboard in the upstairs room on the right.
His rainy day savings, he calls them.
He’s found he can save a good six minutes by cutting through the alleyway instead of going the long way round from the train station to the office, even though that means stepping over unidentifiable black messes seeping from the overflowing garbage bins and having rats run squealing Continue reading